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-ups. carter evans will show us the statesstate-of-the-art in collin avoidance. you can't keep them down. less than a week after a tornado flattened illinois, it's undefeated football team took the field still focuse focused a state championship opinio captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jix axle exprod this is a western edition of the broadcast. u.s. secretary of state john kerry and leaders of five other nations are as close as they've been so far to finalizing a deal with iran to had is shut down part of its nuclear program. iran's deputy foreign minister reports they are 98% of the way there, but as margaret brennan tells us, it's the last 2% proving elusive. >> reporter: secretary of state john kerry arrived in geneva this morning joining top diplomats from around the world as they pushed to overcome the remaining obstacles to a nuclear deal with iran. with the parties closer than ever, the british foreign minister warned that some of the final sticking points would be the hardest to settle. >> we're not here because things are necessa
development of mildew and wherever you paint. do you use mildew sides in paints? >> we mix it in with primer. >> especially good for bathrooms? ok, good. we're going to look a little more at inside bathrooms. scrubbing it off, definitely. here's a hinge, an exterior hinge. it looks like it is rusting in certain areas of the hinge which are not designed for weather exposure. exterior metal is a serious, serious problem. here's a hinge which is solid stainless steel. so stainless steel or brass or bronze or, you know, other similar materials which are designed to be exposed to weather are what you have to use for exterior. if you use anything that has galvanized or other it will -- unless -- thank you, unless it's hot dipped galvanize it will rust. people say it's galvanized but it's what they call electroplated galvanized. maybe it lasts for -- yeah. so, for exterior use, it's almost always wort the extra cost to use, you know, stainless steel bronze, brass or certainly hot tipped ga have a niesed at the lowest -- galvanized at the lowest cost and don't use an interior hardw
he will be sorely missed. that's it for this week's show. i'm david asman. thanks for watching us. you can catch me on "after the bell" on the fox business network. >>> hello, i'm gregg jarrett. welcome to america's news headquarters. brand-new reaction to iran's nuclear deal. this agreement reached by iran, the united states and five world powers calls for tehran to curb its nuclear activities for six months in exchange for easing of some sanctions. however, not everyone is happy with this deal. national security correspondent jennifer griffin live in washington with more. jennifer. >> gregg, differences are emerging over the interpretation of what the deal does and doesn't do. >> translator: no matter what interpretations are given iran's right to enrichment has been recognized in the text and for that reason i announce that iran's enrichment activity will continue as before. >> there is no right to enrich. we do not recognize a right to enrich. it is clear in the npt it's very clear that there is no right to enrich. >> here's what the deal includes. it pauses construction of th
>> finally an agreement. u.s. and iran reach a deal on tehran's nuclear program. >> today that diplomacy opened up a new path for the world that is more secure. >>> president obama said the agreement was an important first step in keeping iran from making a nuclear weapon. >>> vatican secrets - secrets of st. peter left for centuries - to be unveiled. >>> hello, welcome to al jazeera america, i'm morgan radford in new york. >> an historic deal. there is now a deal in place on iran's nuclear program. it is designed to stop or scale back nuclear activities in exchanges for relief from economic sanctions. >> a result after a long night, described as intensive and complicated the p5+1 and iran struck an historic deal, the importance hinted at by the president's sudden and unusual for a saturday late-night address. >> today that diplomacy opened up a new pass. that iran's progress is peaceful and it cannot build a nuclear weapon. it is a first step but achieves a first deal. for the first time in a decade we have halted the progress of the nuclear weapon. >> in timing the irani
of the united states's closest allies. >>> election day for hondurans casting votes for change. >>> the u.s. and five other world powers announced a landmark deal today temporarily freezing iran's nuclear program. the six-month agreement in exchange for some relief from sanctions is the most significant compromise between the u.s. and iran since the 1979 iranian revolution. president obama hailed the agreement as the most significant and tangible progress of a diplomatic campaign. >> today that xloema diplomacy opened up a new path that we can verify iran's nuclear program is peaceful and it cannot build a nuclear weapon. >> let's bring in white house correspondent mike viqueira. mike, six months, that's the extent of this deal. what are world leaders hoping will happen during that time? >> reporter: at the end of that time, they are hoping they can come to a larger deal that will prevent iran from developing a nuclear weapon. they have instittuted steps that they believe will present iran from turning the corner. they call it "a breakout" to take the uranium and plutonium and turning it i
honduras heads to the post >> a cutting edge community that studies how we use and and abue power. they say this is the neighborhood of the future. ♪ >> after days of talks and a final 18 hour marathon in geneva world powers have made a deal with iran over their nuclear program. i ran has agreed to curb their nuclear activities. in a moment we'll cross live in teheran where so some people are criticizing their end of the deal. mike han i hanna is in israel ad israel is claiming this is a mistake. first we have how the events up folded. >> at 3:00 in the morning again into havgenevatime they struck l in talks that were described as intensive and complicated. it met with an immediate response from the u.s. president. today that has opened up a new path to a world that is more secure. to a feuder tha feud future thay that iran is peaceful. today's announcement is just a first step it achieves a great teal. deal. for the first time in a decade we have halted the nuclear program. >> iran's foreign minister described new horwood ry horwoo. >> i believe it's important that all of us se
was a member of the board of supervisors, all of us wondered why we hadn't done anything there and the mayor thought the same. >> if an earthquake happened, the building was uninhabitable. it sat there vacant for quite a while. the city decided to buy the building in 1999 for $2. we worked and looked at ways that we can utilize the building for an office building. to build an icon i can building that will house a lot of city departments. >> the san francisco public utilities commission has an important job. we provide clean, pristine public drinking water to 2.6 million people in the san francisco bay area from the hetch hetchy regional water system. with also generate clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san francisco bay and pacific ocean. >> in 2006 the puc was planning a record number of projects. >> the public utilities commission is a very infrastructure-rich organization. we're out there rebuilding the water sy at 6:30.s abc 7 news >> police need your help finding those behind the shooting death of a u.s. postal service worker. mixed reaction on the deal s nuclearith iran' program. get ready for another night of freezing temperatures. it is brutal out there. what is in store for the next few hours and this holiday week? steve rudin keeping track of this cold blast. >> we had wind gusts earlier in the day of 45 miles per hour at reagan international airport. the cold weather will stick around for the evening and overnight hours. take a look at temperatures. it is 27 in frederick, 30 degrees at reagan national airport. , what ithill factor feels like out there, in the single digits. it feels like 23 in arlington this hour. satellite and radar, a few snow showers across western pennsylvania. don't be surprised if you see a few flakes falling around the hagerstown area. is our holiday travel weekend lines, quiet and drive for the day tomorrow. look for heavy rain until late in the day on tuesday. we could be looking at significant snow in the mountains. what to expect coming up in a few minutes.
appropriate government data available because open data has helped us spark innovative and fuel further economic development, it has potential and we've seen the largest positive impacts happening at the city level. here at the local level, we have a unique opportunity to reevent and reimagine the opportunity we can have between our city residents and government, we've seen open data used in practice already and we can see how it can accomplish all of the positive benefits i mentioned, whether it's to help publish health scores on their website, helping residents making healthier choice, or make sf rec park to help people make picnic reservations or using your smart phone, all the examples i just mentioned are real examples of how open data can improve the lives of our city resident, further fuel economic growth here in san francisco. specifically, this ordinance will enumerate open data numerical standards, it creates a sense of accountability and certain for the public and entrepreneurial community, it creates city staff and agencies to interact with the public about relevant data set
comfortable, obviously. we want to pass this. it is not lost on any of us that only 11 months ago the senate fell just five votes short of approving this treaty. so more than 60 senators have already resolved in their minds many of the questions that are reraised again and again. we can go into them. those days when we ended up five votes short, when people changed so it was closer, that was a rough day for a lot of us who supported the treaty, including senator mccain, who is hardly a newcomer to this issue and is one of the most eloquent voices for why we ought to be doing this, for why, to put it bluntly, this treaty is in america's interests. in the after-action conversations that i have had with many senators, republicans and democrats alike, and including a number of who voted against the treaty -- you saw senator corker and others -- i even heard some regret about what had transpired and the unintended message that the outcome sent to americans with disabilities, as well as other people around the world. and i heard from many, not just a willingness, but a hope that they would have a
with us, instead to confirm vacancies that need to be filled. which we have been doing. this rule change has gone from being a threat to an annual threat, now to a quarterly threat. how many times have we been threatened? do what i say, or we'll break the rules to change the rules. confirm everybody, 100%. let me say we are not interested in having a gun put to our heads any longer. >> in the end, after several procedure moves -. >> the rules were changed. just a few hours after the senate made history, the president went to the briefing room. noting that both he and his vie president the former members of the senate, stressed his respect for the body's traditions, however. >> the american people's business is far too important to keep falling prey day after day to washington politics. we both value any senate's duty to advice and consent. it's important. and we take that very seriously. but -- a few now refuse to treat that duty of advise and consent with the respect that it deserves. it's no longer used in a responsible way to govern. it's rather used as a reckless and relentless tool
a law to be enforced and they are telling us to move a block up, or there is just no parking at night at all and we were legally parked. from there it just spiraled because we needed more time. we just needed time. we are not trying to break the law. there is less and less parking and there are more and more people coming and knocking on the door and we are getting less sleep and thes making it harder and harder. >> thank you, and please accept my condolences, on the loss of your partner. >> have you contacted the out reach team? >> (inaudible) all of the agencies keep throwing me (inaudible) and i just came bouncing back. i don't qualify for anything he has to offer. >> i am sorry, again i am very sorry for your loss and i really hope that with the help of the other community organizations that you can find some assistance. thank you. >> kelley kutler. >> emily fair banks left? >> and kimora? >> jennifer, fradebach, all have gone? >> all right. >> no. >> hi, jennifer, director of the coalition on homelessness. so, i wanted to just spend time a little bit talking more broadly about th
about a discussion about the global economy and emerging- market. joining us on newsmakers is the republican from texas, he is the vice chair of the house armed services to many, also a member of the house intelligence many. thank you for joining us. here with the questioning today, jim michaels who covers military issues, and sarah. i want to begin with you. the comments was asked week by secretary chuck hagel meeting with members of congress to and sequestration and work out an agreement on the budget. when lawmakers return after the thanks giving recess, will that happen. i am not sure, but i am fairly optimistic. i think the the discussions between paul ryan and senator murray are going pretty well. i think there is a real chance that we could have a budget agreement that nobody is in love with, but is at least a step forward in saving money in ways other than these across the board sorts of cuts that come with sequestration. i'm hopeful that it will actually happen. >> if it actually happens, what will it look like/ ? >> i think the hope is that it will last for a coup
the sent feujs ar centrifuges a. >> there is a place called iraq which is using heavy water that could be conceivably converted into plutonium. another nuclear weapon deal. john kerry and all down the line call this is a first step. the inspectors will be in the country on a daily basis on invieinstrusive inspections rche here is john kerry today. >> we do this with our eyes wide open. you don't do this on somebody's states tstatestatements you t t. we have kept the base sick basic architecture of sachk sanctionsn place. and over the next couple of months we'll be able to put to test what ey rans iran's sancti. >> they are bringing iran to the table to begin with. the concern with the critics is at the end of the six months the international coalition that did take a bite out of iran's economy by imposing these sanctions is not going to want to go back and reinforce them and iran is going to get way with something. >> and the most vocal critic is benjamin netanyahu. he says it's bad deal. we'll take a listen to that report and pick it up on the other side. >> there was no celebration i
and visualize a monument in cascade twin peaks. exhibit is on through november 27th. join us for a spontaneous combustion. this jam celebrates music and keeping it live. that's your weekly buzz. for more information on any of these events, visit us at ... >> i am the chief building inspector. we are here at the base of telegraph hill to talk about a subject of great interest for the people of san francisco which is rockslide, slope stability, which caused a dramatic front-page news. i am here with two knowledgeable and wonderful guests. i am here with a geotechnical engineer and a geologist. we are here to talk about rockslide, rockfalls, and related issues. what is the difference between a geologist and a geotechnical engineer? >> and engineering geologist deals with identifying site characteristics, mapping, the ground's surface, collecting all of this data. the engineer can come up with medications and designs. >> the structural engineer might be working on a building if there is a building involved. what is your role? >> i am interested in the physical properties of the earth and how the e
's correspondent joining us. check out the website for more news on the iranian deal, >> jpmorgan playing a hefty price for its part in the financial collapse, how the $13 billion can help some home owners. a small city makes a big promise, kids that graduate high school get free tuition: i'm ali velshi, that is "real money." of the show so join the conversation with the @aj real money. on twitter. >>> j.p. morgan disagreed on tuesday, to pay a whopping $13 trillion, $8 billion will go to settle claims made by various federal agencies. another $1 billion will go to five states that sued the bank. but here's what might be the moss interesting part. about $4 billion will go to consumer relief. now of that $4 billion, about half, will go to actually reducing the principal on j.p. morgan-head loans. where the value of the mortgage is higher than the value of the house. some of that money will also be put to restructuring the mortgages to reduce the monthly payments and of the remaining $2 billion some will go towards subsidizing mortgages for low to middle income borrowers, some will
hello and welcome to mosaic. benefit information is all around us, the good, the bad. we know today just how much evil there is in the world, some oft right under our noses. today, among the leading stories of the boston marathon bombing. we are going to talk about trafficking, human trafficking. we have someone here who knows so much about it. holy family sister. thank you so much. we know you know a lot because you didn't bring any notes. so you are ready. where do people start talking about trafficking? >> i think it's a global issue. it takes place in every country in the world, in the states and within blocks of us. >> it can happen here? >> yes. estimated at 20 million people. >> all ages? >> men, women and children. it's estimated that more women and children. yes, it has many faces around the world. some of the faces that can be forced to become child soldier's, women to be forced to prostitution, children in factories, men and women in factories, families in charcoal farms, children in coco field. >> where does it go on here snt united states? >> human trafficking has two e
>>> i'm chris wallace. breaking news. the u.s. and it's allies reach a nuclear deal with iran. >>> for the first time in nearly a decade, we have halted -- >> translator: recognizing iron's nuclear rights. >> what does congress and concept ticks think of the agreement? we'll talk to bob corker and then cardin. >>> then, a power grab in the u.s. senate. >> millions of americans are hurts because of a law that washington democrats forced upon them. so what do they do? take cook up a fake fight. >> we'll ask sarah palin if it's a tipping point for big government solutions. plus, what about those hateful comments. >> everybody takes shots, you have a decision when you take a shot. >> our power player of the week. with the start of the holidays, ann romney offers us a seat at the romney dinner table. all right now on "fox news sunday." hello again. while many of you were sleeping, the u.s. and it's allies have worked out an interim deal. iran agrees to cap it's iranian enrichment. the kbreemt is for just six months website but our friends in the middle east and some on capitol hill
a quick recommendation to the district director at the ymca who helped us to make this opportunity to him come to reality. our home grand opening december 5th. it's a wonderful gift for me to work with the china town in san francisco neighborhoods to have this incredible staff you see behind us and painter with their kids who have been part of the yee family and who continue to provide excellent services for the families and children of san francisco. so thank you very much. (clapping.) >> thank you to weighing our next recognition will be from supervisor mar. >> i want to say i'm proud to say i have a couple teachers that have taught me about healthy living and eating it's my honor with supervisor cowen to honor them today. the food guardian from the food access group in the bayview neighborhood and the two a couple of of their leader i'd like to ask them to come forward. i'm sorry you waited over an hour but with all humility their inspiring to the whole neighborhood from the tenderloin the healthy store coalition with us. the food guardian project is an education project that builds
. >> thousands in pakistan call for an end to drone strikes. they blocked a road nato uses to bring supplies to afghanistan. >> in syria - a major below to the bashar al-assad regime. rebels seize an oil field. the loss of the field means almost all access to the fuel reserves has been cut off. they'll have to rely on imported oil. >> a major storm system that's heading east across the united states has caused chaos. at least eight people have been killed because of the storm. three in california. strong winds brought down trees and powerlines. winter storm warns are in effect for parts of california through today. they are the headlines, i'll be back at 8:00 pm eastern. "real money" with ali velshi is next. for updates go to >> jpmorgan chase, paying a hefty price for its part in the collapse. also a small city is making a big promise. kids who graduate high school will get free tuition. plus beyond twitter. the search for the next hot tech ipo. this is real money and i'm ali velshi. this is real money. you are the most important part of the show so join the conversation with
that she had a megaphone and that she could use it for good and she did that and expected that all or its to the same. -- expected all of her successors to do the same. thank you to the white house association for their assistance. thank you for being with us once again tonight. ♪ [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> c-span series "first ladies" continues on monday. but worst, a white house tour from 1968 with lady bird johnson. a white house to or from 1968 with lady bird johnson. >> what do you think? of a brand new texas congressman, i snapped photos. i never imagined that one day i would live on the other side of that fence. like the tourists, i had the distinct feeling that this house belonged in part to me. i think that is a feeling that everyone who visits here shares. just like the thousands who come here every year, i was impressed by the majesty of the pride of through each of the rooms. what the passerby doesn't always realize is that there are two sides to the white house. the official side that r
to giving and i got into joining us. we hope for a breakthrough in nuclear talks with iran in geneva. un climate talks in warsaw go into overtime as negotiations to seek to avoid a complete your conference german sock weight of its biggest game of the season so far with dortmund toasting by and in the top of the table clash the eye. my dear is inside in geneva treaty in the new kid tell jokes that for a break through. us secretary of state john kerry and other where leaders are trying to hum registration with iran eulogy around to limit its nuclear program in return for such a relief. officials said that a deal was close but that a number of patients have yet to be ironed out expectations over the talks between foreign ministers in geneva on time. you're either with us secretary of state john kerry has been viewed as a sign that an agreement of reruns nuclear program. these clothes the ministers emphasized that the deal is not a foregone conclusion we've been given and cindy but there's no agreement yet and there are still differences to be resolved that's why we came to geneva us to do
. >>> give us a break, the same weeke hear about obama care breaks like special perks for lawmakers and potential big tax breaks for unions and a possible bailout for insurers, we're finding this out. a department of jtice brief showing the administration knew in 2010 that a huge percentage of employee-provided health plans would be canceled once the employer mandate kicks in. if you do the math, that adds up to about 80 million americans who could lose their policies once the employer mandate kicks in. so while the insiders g the breaks, do the rest of us just get broken? welcome to "forbes on fox." i'm david asman. sabrina schifer, elizabeth mcdonald, rick hunger and john canny. more special favors for friends, but are the rest of us getting shafted? >> yeah, you know, and we should have seen this coming. i mean, in the same 2010, president obama said in the run-up to congressional elections that electns are about rewarding your friends and punishing your enemies. so obama's friends get ese breaks. now here's the dilemma they are in. young people overwhelmingly supported president
figure. i think what seared the soul of america for all of us watching the horrible way he die and the race to the hospital and taking the casket to washington dc and then the whole funeral and the shooting of oswald on that sunday, and what it did, i think, is that impressed upon us what kennedy was. there would not have been a camelot had there not been dallas. but after that, if you want to separate out the record of the man and the president, i think that's a different thing and that has moved somewhat away from what we all recall and remembered. but you can't see those films even begin 50 years later without stirring up the same kinds of emotions you felt that terrible weekend. >> we also have to remember vietnam's role in his presidency. remember that? >> secretary of defense, and he basically got more notoriety during lyndon johnson's term in the office. while president was the president, he upped the number of advisers to vietnam, he sent no combat troops. >> mismanaged vietnam. >> mismanaged? i don't know about that. i don't know if you have any evidence to say that. >
about the scope of the problem and going to give a couple of examples of how to use the report and in the particular districts and the priority solutions and the steps that we prioritized and we focus the attention and i like what you said, supervisor yee that maybe we can think of others because that is exactly why we are doing this hearing and we want to bring more team into the information and get many more minds thinking about this. and we prioritized and focused the attention on reaching the most people or the most vulnerable people and we are going to propose the solutions that are really increasing the utilization of the food. and to meet the growing need and create a healthy food supplement and to support the health eaty and increase to the cooking and kitchens for the residents without those and we feel that these recommendations will require the alignment of the public and private sector and we do feel like we have a key asset in place to do that. and the support of a private sector and we have the robust food programming and we have an understanding of the negative h
write a book. enjoy the us versions available to secure the marketplace today research makes t network new new new new. old will banish their worldviews line runs a problem with the news from tokyo. delegates at a un climate conference in poland use over time negotiations despite a last minute deal to me that member countries most of the targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions. i dispense went into the cop nineteen conference to prepare a new freeway to fight global warming the framework is to take effect in twenty twenty. but they struggled to find common ground between developed and developing countries. they finally we take each country with the made in a mesh emissions. i get on a voluntary basis. ideally by the spring of twenty fifteen they also called for an organization to support developing nations hit by natural disasters connected with global warming the warsaw conference was scheduled to conclude on friday but delegates kept working through saturday to ensure an end result. us secretary of state john kerry and the foreign ministers of five other countries are ga
alert. the u.s. and world powers reaching an historic deal with iran. can iran really be trusted? what message does this send to our allies, particularly israel. we're live in washington with the latest. >>> the obama care disaster the number one issue plaguing the white house. >>> plus, fast forwarding, cassette tapes and using roadmaps to plan trips. sound familiar? part of the time-consuming problems from the 1980s that no longer exist. we've got all the breakdown and i dug through the dusty archives in the basement. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>> good morning. >> good morning. >> it's sunday morning, 6:00 a.m. in the east coast. >> hello, fellas. >> it got brutally cold? >> can i interrupt? >> no. no. >> when we were talking about the eight track tapes, cassettes, you looked at me and started laughing, why is that? >> because i still use them. >> oh. >> because you didn't jump ahead. i've always preferred eight tracks. >> the technology. the future. >> that's what your car still has it. >> it's stuck. i have one stuck in there. >> we have a fox news alert. the u.s. and other
the data using the existing systems already required by your regulations. however, there's no justification for moving forward from a modest software contract to a $6 million contract for inintrusive on board hardware. there are a lot of red flags here. the fact there's been no real effort to use existing systems is very troubling. the new contract goes to fti without reopening the process, even though the amount is much bigger, it moving into hardware and fti did not produce its deliverables. existing technology and applications make much of it redundant and duplicative. there's an obvious bias in here in favor of the intrusive and costly fti on board devices. given the past action there's no reason to believe fti will work with the industry to use existing data sources going forward and this is a waste. i'd like to turn your attention. >> i had prepared some remarks but i perceive that the question is really who is going to get the contract or whether the contract is going to be issued. unless you do something the cab companies will continue to fail to resolve the issue. each one wants to
will join us from geneva with much more in a few minutes. >>> in aftghanistan he will stik to the plan to finalize a security talk after elections there next april. the u.s. wanted the deal done before the end of this year. the new pact will determine if american groups remain in afghanistan beyond 2014 in a non-combat role and if americans were responsible for a raid. >>> in pakistan an estimated 10 thousand people protested attacks. three militants were killed 234 one such attack. the protesters blocked a road used to ferry supplies to nato forces in afghanistan. >>> in poland today, more than 190 nations attending the annual united nations climate talks agreed on vague language that keeps alive the possibility of a pact two years from now. much of the meeting was dominated between disputes between the united states and countries on one side and china and india on another. a third of the world's population say they should not have to cut carbon emissions as much because they are still developing. >>> in the western united states, at least five deaths are reported after a powerful sto
. 2. >> item 2, discussion item president's report. >> as you can see we have dr. dodd back with us today. i'm happy about that. [ applause ] and in the interest of time we'll move on to item no. 3. >> item 3, discussion item, directors report. >> lisa got pee. directors office. we are very happy to see her today. we have some very good news on the personnel front, our well ness manager is starting on december 9th. her name is now stephanie fisher because she was married last week. she'll be starting december 9th as our wellness manager. we are interviewing the compliance manager and our service manager position closes on monday and we'll start interviews on that as well. we have hired an 1844 to work on our contracting team. actually for the first time in 3 years that i have been with health service system, we lost one of our 1210's to mta. one of our super star ben fits analyst. we'll surely miss her. moving on to operations for beginning of december has been delayed to mid-january because of the law library also went in on our building and pushed us back a month. we have a sign
. you have to go outside and use a portable stove or something else. >> so it wouldn't be safe to use your fireplace to cook? >> not at first. you should check it by a professional first. >> outside should be a safe place to cook as long as you stay away from buildings and doors and windows. >> yes. that will be fine. >> here we have some alternative cooking areas. >> you can barbecue and if you have a regular propane bark could barbecue. >> thank you for joining us. and thanks for this terrific space that you have in this exhibition space and thanks for helping san francisco stay safe. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> wonderful now that your seated rise for the national anthem please welcome from the folk ann semi booerl cruising. oh, can you see by the dawns early light. what so proudly we hail. at the twilights last gleaming. who's bright strips and bright stars. through the perilous fight. over the rampart we watched were so balconyly streaming. and the rockets red glare. the bombs busting in air. gave prove through the night. that our flag was still there are. oh, say do
for joining us. >> well, there's a lot of news to cover in the next hour first up, bart, what a terrible week and what's ahead for it. contract meltdowns, plus a computer glitch that shut down the whole system >> we're going to be joined live in studio to talk about what is nextment. looks like things are different this time around. we'll explore that. >>> the climate is changing we're looking at bat kid we'll talk about what was going on behind the scenes of this pictures that went around the world >> we have a lot coming up. here is liz with a quick check of the forecast >> it is clear and cool outside. >>> waking up to cool temperatures, mainly 30s and 40s around the bay. 38 right now in concord. and a very cool 32 degrees in santa rosa. maybe some frost from the valleys. it's because the east winds have really quieted in the last 24 hours we'll look at the thanksgiving forecast and there's a good chance for rain. >>> new this morning, there's an interim nuclear deal with iran and six world powers including the united states we're learning that over the past year, the u.s. had several rou
, but not bomb making. the stockpile beyond that level will be diluted or converted so it cannot be used for weapons purposes. they will agree to nuclear inspections including daily visits to some facilities. in exchange, the u.s. agreed to provide $7 billion in sanctions relief. last night, president obama hailed the agreement as a step toward a world that is more secure. >> these are substantial limitations which will help prevent iran from building a nuclear weapon. simply put, they cut off iran's most likely paths to a bomb. meanwhile, this first step will create time and space over six months for more negotiations to fully address the comprehensive concerns about the iranian program. because of this agreement, iran cannot use negotiations as cover to advance its program. >> secretary of state, john kerry who flew to geneva praised the deal, admitting it's just a first step. >> the next phase, let me be clear, will be even more difficult and we need to be honest about it. it will also be more consequential. while we obviously have profound differences with iran, yet to be resolved, t
our energy news. and catch some of our exclusive interviews. be sure to follow us on twitter, too. as we continue the conversation. all week. hash tag platts tv. i'm bill loveless. we will see you next week. >>> welcome "this week in defense news." i'm vago muradian. >> imagine an infrared camera on your smart phone that allows you to see in the dark. we will get a sneak peek from the company that is developing the technology. >>> a program that honors veterans at the twilight of their lives. but first, a special treat as we approach black friday and the start of the holiday shopping season. military times scout editor rob curtis joins us in the studio to share his top picks for your holiday trooper this season. rob, welcome back to the show. >> thanks, vago. >> let's start. have you an assortment of gear that folks should be looking at. i want to bring one thing up here which is a garmen gps watch. >> that thing is brand new. a garmen tactics watch. it is new in the last couple of weeks. no one has seen it yet. it is a really cool watch that has all of the features that you would
>>> thank you for joining us today for this special eyedition of gps. months ago you would have been laughed at if you said a deal would have been close with iran. we'll watch how it continues to play out in washington and jer roo uselam. newsroom is next with cnn's frederi fredericka whitfield. >> hello everyone. these are the top stories right here this hour in the news room. after years of distrust, suspicion and angry rhetoric with iran. >> for the first time in a decade. we have halted the progress with iran. >> some are calling this deal a major blunder. hear why they are worried and what the white house is doing to calm their fears. >> and it is threatening to deck a nor'easter. at the rush of thanksgiving day travel. >> a historic deal has been struck with iran to scale back on its nuclear program. world leaders representing 7 nations negotiated into the early morning hours in switzerland after days of talks. the deal put restrictions on iran to prevent the country to work toward development of a nuclear weapon. this preliminary deal holds up for about six months. the ob
. sh. >>> this is al jazeera america live from new york. i'm jonathan betz with the top stories. u.s. defends the iran nuclear agreement. president obama tries to calm israel after his prime minister calls the deal an historic mistake. >>> tribal leaders in afghanistan overwhelmingly approve keeping american soldiers there longer. the afghan president refuses to give his okay. >> a deadly storm is moving from utah to arkansas - pushing freezing whether to the east coast. >>> a matter of faith - the vatican displays what it claims are the bones of the first pope. >>> president obama is on the defensive, trying to justify the plan to stop iran's nuclear program. the president called an angry israeli prime minister, benyamin netanyahu, to assure him the u.s. is committed no israel. >> this agreement has made the world a much more dangerous place. i know many share the concern of israel - especially in the region, and there's a reason for this. for years the international community has demanded that iran cease all uranium enrichment. for the first time the international community has con
. if this happens one more time, this agreement is going to be cancelled. the ambassador is sitting here, the u.s. ambassador, he hears us. if one more time there is going to be a raid into our homes this agreement is no more. once more - if this happens, that agreement is going to be done away with. you are going to be back to your bases. if terrorists - they should be left to us. the united states should not do anything with them - we will deal with them. >>> we are moving away from afghanistan and going to iran where president hassan rouhani is speaking. let's listen to this. >>... there is conclusion and feeling that respecting the iranian nation who will bring about a positive result and threats cannot be - and the threats cannot bear any fruits. the second point is the government of hope and prudence seeks to create an atmosphere of trust between the islamic republic of iran and countries further interested in having friendly relations with this great nation. in order to - in order to create trust with respect to the negative propaganda they had created an image aimed at spreading iran-a-ph
a steering committee and within the steering committee the majority of us also had a disability. i'm saying this to emphasize, to enforce, that it was driven by our own constituents. we did have supportive help from the dm vplt, i have to say, from the medical society, from any number of agencies but we really are trying to find a way to fix what some of us have felt is a broken system and a system that's easy to gain and that doesn't benefit us. we who have a disability need to be able to easily find parking and have parking that's near where we want to go to eat, to shop, whatever our issues, whatever our needs, our interests, we need to be able to get close to those destinations. it's important also to acknowledge that we came from different levels of information. some of us had very strong ideas about what might be acceptable solutions and what were unacceptable solutions. during the 6 months of our deliberations three of us changed our minds. this is regarding the issue of whether or not to ask the state to delete the exemption for meter payment. some of us said no, no, no, keep that f
and thanks for joining us. i'm diane dwyer. >> firefighters still on the scene right now. the fire broke out this afternoon at a home on sacramento street near the laurel village area of san francisco. chase what's going on? >> reporter: firefighters were able to get things wrapped up. we had some water on the street behind us from the massive amount of fire they had to use to get this fire out. everyone was able to make it out of these two buildings even before firefighters arrived. that meant that no one was injured. this fire broke out around 3:00 here in the presidio heights neighborhood. it started between two buildings, a three story building and a two story building. that taller building had an italian at that if he at the bottom and a clothing store. firefighters don't know what caused flames to spark between those two buildings. because of that there were some utilities in that area so that cause ad little bit of concern for firefighters because there was natural gas that was leaking and sort of fueling that fire that had to get pg and e out quickly to shut off that natural gas befo
? >> they are acutely poisonous. >> thank you for joining us for the next 30 minutes we investigate exposing issues and holding the powerful accountable. we begin with questionable decisions by the santa clara sheriff. one came in the middle of a 16 month criminal investigation of a 49er superstar. a second game in the hours after smith was arrested for driving under influence. as independent experts told us this doesn't look good. >> there's the sack. ogden smith gets rocked. >> he's the all pro linebacker of the san francisco 49ers. >> smith is going the hall of fame if this game goes on much longer. >> did smith get preferential treatment? >> yes de. >> it involves superstar alden smith. santa clara sheriff lauri smith. they center on a saturday behind these gates at the sheriff's shooting range and a fry morning inside the santa clara county jail. >> what does that mean? >> that means preferential treatment was given to smith. >> he's a veteran member of the santa clara sheriff's office. he asked us to disguise his identity because he fears retaliation. >> is this unusual
, what do you think? >> no. >> no. >> no. >> no. >> will they agree with us? find out why. >>> plus, even hot dogs are feeling heat from obama care. "cashing in" on your saturday morning starts right now. hi, everyone. welcome to "cashin in." i'm eric bolling. remember when the president said this? >> five days from now on october 1st, they will finally be able to buy quality affordable health insurance. >> well, apparently it's not affordable or secure. prom college kids losing their corage this week to deductibles soaring, and from insurers raising their rates to my favorite, the woman who the president touted as a poster child for obama care last month, well, now she's finding out she can't afford coverage after all. michelle, the affordable care act, unaffordable? >> it's not affordable. and we've been warning about this since 2010. the reason why it's not affordable is because you need lots of young people to sign up. and they're not signing up. and you can't really blame them. premiums for young adults are increasing at almost every single state, and we're not talking about a w buck
have an alternative. i do agree with what nate drury said about not everybody uses the smart phones and there's people out there. people out in saint francis woods where they can't get a cab because cars, they need to have access to that but they should know that it's not all about uber charges too much or this company that charges but they don't have adequate insurance, they get in an accident, they have to know about the alternatives. they want to use a taxicab, get them a taxi where they can push a button. >> thank you, mr. margolis >> last speaker, berry corngold. >> hi, berry corngold, i'm with the san francisco cab driver's association. we're kind of in a quandry about this. we definitely need to have all the cabs being able to be seen on one screen and if this is the only way to do it, then i guess we would support this. but i've also questioned the amount of information that's being collected with this stuff, if that's necessary and i'm also questioning how these apps like fly wheel, which has been very successful, they have over 1100 cabs on their system, i use it, i live o
figure. what sered the soul of america was us watching the horrible way he died. the race to the hospital. taken in the casket to washington, d.c. the whole funeral and shooting of oswald on that sunday. that impressed upon us what kennedy was. there would not have been a camelot had there not been dallas. after that, if you want to separate out the record of the man and the president, that's a different thing. that's moved away from what we are all calling memory. you can't see the films 50 years later without stirring up the emotions you felt. >> terrible weekend. >> secretary of defense. he got more notoriety during johnson's term in office. kennedy's presidency upped the number of advisors and did not send combat troops. >> mismanagement. >> i don't know that you have any evidence to say that. >> he was aware of that. i don't know if he is in that. the kennedy presidency, however short it was was more than vietnam. he walked us back from the brink of nuclear war. he inspired young people to public service and elevated the feelings about what government could do, at the same time, the
houses is a growing movement here in the u.s. where people are trading in big to live small. one, the tiny house movement has hundreds of members, and one community said it's a very charmer concept and they learn more about it, and the reality starts to sink in. >> this is not a new phenomenon. this is a 1920s house on wheels. and check this out, this is a washington d.c. 140-foot square-foot house. and looking cheesy there, but our community says: >> >> well, you have a lot of truck? >> but where's the bathroom? >> we're going to find out. since 1970, the average house size has doubled remains but for some, bigger is not better. >> i guess that the aspect of a small house is freedom. the world gets a lot bigger when you're living small because i can afford to do a lot more things in terms of cash and time. the whole world is now my living room. >> the living small movement doesn't stop at tiny houses. microapartments are popping up in many areas from seattle to new york city. but concerns over zoning. downsizing, is the american dream changing with the idea that less is more?
the recession. the average why score hovers at 691. like the fico scores that the banks use to judge your experience when you get a loan, 800 an above signifies great credit. anything below 600 means you're low risk. millennials ages under 29, average debt which includes all credit cards, car loans and student loans is $23,332, and what's more millennials have the fewest number of credit cards. but experience say they overutilize them. using them for beer and pizza on a friday night, instead of for a rainy day. they have bad credit history by paying their bills late. 30 to 46 are only marginally better off with an average score of 653. they happen to carry the biggest debt, $30,0 39, but baby boomers age 40 to 65, average 700. the debt they carry is only marginally less than the gend gen-xers. baby boomers thrived at an economy that is growing faster than it is today, while having more access to capital. gen xers, today's gap could signify less opportunity for many. the kind that has less access to capital than their parents had. >>> many put themselves in a hole because they can't pay th
was agreed on by the foreign ministers of the fine u.s. it -- five u.n. security council members plus germany. it will limit uranian richmond 5%.rnnrichment at not building new enrichment facilities, and allowing inspectors greater access to nuclear sites. n exchange for these concessions, certain sanctions placed on iran will be eased. under the terms, the country will be able to access billions fundypts of-- euros of from oil sales, export, and import food and medicine more easily. the president rouhani said the pact opens new verizon's. -- horizons. he said the agreement was only possible because the uranian people have chosen a moderate math. thatpath. ni'sck obama he said rouha election made this a possibility. >> today diplomacy opened up a new path towards a world that is more secure. a future in which we can verify that iran's program is peaceful and it cannot build a nuclear weapon. >> but he also warned that sanctions would be tightened again if iran failed to meet the terms of the agreement. >> let's go live to our washington correspondent. thanks for being with us. does this deal
to pray for us for a tie between cairo and anchor of falling repeated criticism of muhammad maltese but try to change it to expel the turkish ambassador and downgrades diplomatic relations. thumbs down to the water just as everyone began to give up hope he would negotiate this evil soul for deposit towards the global climate pact to be signed here attacks in twenty fifty. some political topic you very much joining us. we begin in switzerland where talks with iran sneak a program once again brought together four minutes is open six twelve cars. the goal of the talks that derek jeter is to reach a deal with the islamic republic which would see its sanctions that he's in return for cuts on to ron's new kit program of course bomb and jones are costas is falling off the defendants for us in geneva is the latest. people are cautious bag i want to call the success or faa east point. this intensive negotiations by ministers from that the sik the radiance and lady ashton around the clock to try and broker a deal but it's likely ask whether the political hurdles that they will be on a doubt f
american troops to stay but president karzai is not so sure. richard engel is on the ground to tell us why. and big brother/big business. the new trend in health care that has employers paying attention to more than the bottom line. they're also watching your waistline. does it go too far? and giving directly. no organizations, no charity groups. what if we gave directly to the poor. there is a group doing it. and it's today's big idea. lots to get to, but we start with that ground breaking deal hammered out in geneva last night. iran will get initial relief from some sanctions. essentially billions of dollars in oil money that had been frozen in exchange, iran agrees to halt what is called high grade uranium enrichment. iran will not stop all uranium enrichment. and it cannot install centrifuges, those devices used to enrich uranium. again, this is all a temporary deal designed to provide a six month window to reach more comprehensive agreement. let's go live to london where john kerry arrived earlier today. first of all, what has been the reaction to this deal from around the world? >> w
preliminary and it holds up for about six months. officials in both the u.s. and iran say it's a good deal for both sides. but major critics, like israel, say it's a misic mistake. this deal is a breakthrough. it was an exciting moment in switzerland. so, matthew, what are the key points of this plan? the key pointings are a couple of compromises. it's something that found its way in some form into the agreement that allows iran to continue enriching uranium to the level of 5% which is needed for the production of electricity. it also says it needs too convert its medium range reaction. it also brings to an end any work on a heavy water reactor that's being built by iran in a place called iraq which could be a second route to a bomb. >> so each side managed to be able to say they were victorious in these negotiations. they both came away from negotiation with something to sell. >> matthew, you had a chance to see secretary kerry as he emerged from those meetings. what was that moment like? >> i just managed to grab him before he went to give him a press conference. >> are you happy with th
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